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58 KIFISSIAS AVENUE, MAROUSSI, 151 25 ATHENS, GREECE
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Work +30 210 363 4262
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www.stplaw.com

Evanthia Tsiri

Tel:
Work +30 210 36 34 262
Email:
Stavropoulos & Partners

Work Department

Corporate/M&A, Competition Law, Banking, Capital Market, Real Estate and Construction Law, Litigation and Arbitration.

Position

Partner of the law firm "STAVROPOULOS & PARTNERS".

Career

Admitted to Bar 1983, Athens; admitted to the Supreme Court of Greece, 2002. She worked in Brussels for a law firm specializing in European Union Law. She dealt with, and was responsible for, a wide range of subjects covering various areas of European Community Law, with main assignments the preparation of a case before the European Court of Justice concerning international tenders under the Lome Convention, the Ford case on parallel imports of cars, the legal aspects of cable and satellite television broadcasting and principal responsibility for antitrust and franchising issues. As member of the legal department of the Bank of Greece from 1985 to 2009, she has significant experience in financial law matters, having participated as expert in various groups and committees established by the European Institutions, including permanent committees on financial law experts (European Central Bank), payment systems and collateral experts (European Commission). She has served as member of various legislative committees regarding insurance legislation, capital movements, mergers and divisions of credit institutions, introduction of the Euro, e-money institutions, financial collaterals, Basel II. She played a key role in the preparation of all contractual and regulatory arrangements for the integration of Greece into the Eurosystem. She focuses on banking, stock exchange, European Union, commercial law, real estate and construction law, competition and dispute resolution. She has significant experience on matters of modern finance methods and has dealt with many finance projects representing national and multinational companies and local credit institutions, investment firms and institutional investors. She has been extensively involved in high-value real estate development projects and has taken part in major mergers and acquisition projects. In European Union law she advises on a broad range of issues and has considerable experience in this field. She has deep knowledge in European Union and Greek competition law matters and has been engaged in substantial legal cases in this area of law. Most recent assignments include major acquisition and restructuring projects, representation of a leading construction company in domestic arbitration proceedings and representation before the Hellenic Competition Commission in a major case regarding alleged abuse of dominance in the food and beverages sector.

Languages

Greek, English and French.

Member

Athens Bar Association; Hellenic Association for European Studies.

Education

University of Athens Law School (LL.B., 1981); College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium (Certificat de Hautes Etudes Europeennes, 1982); Free University of Brussels, Belgium (License Speciale en Droit Europeen, 1983); Stage with the Commission of the European Communities, Internal Market and Industrial Affairs, 1983.


Greece

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Stavropoulos & Partners is active on commercial and construction cases. Its client roster includes names such as AGET Heracles, Aktor, Hellenic Recycling Company and Sephora. Evanthia Tsiri heads the team.

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EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

Headed by Ioannis Stavropoulos, the team at Stavropoulos & Partners has a ‘high level of expertise, as well as an in-depth knowledge of the market’. It advised Athenian Brewery on an abuse of dominant position case. Evanthia Tsiri has a ‘practical understanding of business needs’.

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